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UCLan student is Fastest Pizza Eater 2013

Posted on - 26th February, 2013 - 11:35am | Author - | Posted in - Competitions, Food & Drink

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Last night a Champion was crowned  the University of Central Lancashire’s (UCLan) fastest pizza eater!

Robert Cowan, with a time of 2:26, won FREE PIZZA for the rest of term.

Domino’s Pizza set-up the competition staged at the Source Bar in Preston. The aim was to find the fastest pizza eaters UCLan has to offer to crown as Domino’s Fastest Pizza Eater 2013!

Contestants competed in time trials with the fastest person winning free pizza and drinks vouchers.
In a mini  ‘Man V Food’ challenge they were required to eat, in a single attempt, one medium (11”) Cheese and Tomato Pizza, crusts and all, as fast as possible.

Hopefully we will have a few photos of the night soon

Domino’s has recently announced expansion plans after showing healthy profits which may include further outlets in Preston.

Did you have a go at Domino’s Fastest Pizza Eater Challenge? If so let us know in the comments below.

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